Posted on 12/07/2013 by matisak
Would you call it the evolution or the revolution, and why, in terms of the debate about the abortion in Ireland? Read few comments.
Filed under: Politics, Society | Tagged: Ireland, Society, Women | Leave a comment »
Posted on 30/05/2012 by matisak
Probably. At this stage, fear (of the unknown consequences of a No vote) is the most powerful factor that will motivate people to go to their polling station to cast a Yes vote.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: EU, EU politics, European Union, Frank Häge, Ireland, John O’ Brennan, Katy Hayward, Maura Adshead, Michael Holmes | Leave a comment »
Posted on 28/03/2012 by matisak
Posted on 24/02/2012 by matisak
Posted on 23/05/2011 by matisak
Posted on 16/05/2011 by matisak
Posted on 24/02/2011 by matisak
Fine Gael is heading toward victory and probably to coalition government with Labour according to polls.
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Eoin O’Malley, Europe, Fianna Fail, Fine Gael, Ireland, Labour, Patrick Maume, Timothy White | Leave a comment »
Posted on 24/01/2011 by matisak
Posted on 10/01/2010 by matisak
He didn’t know about it but Slovak civilian was involved in security test. Everything went wrong. He has traveled to Ireland and Slovak policy sent the explosive material with him. This is the timeline of the case with the funny title Slovakian comedy of errors. And what experts are saying.
Filed under: Europe, Security | Tagged: Aviation safety, Ireland, J. Peter Burgess, Robert W. Baker, Security policy, Slovakia, Terrorism | Leave a comment »